Former president Jacob Zuma was never going to remain the all-powerful and omnipresent political figure that he thought, writes Pieter du Toit.
Facebook's CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Thursday defended the social media company's light regulation of speech and lack of fact checking on political advertising, while citing China's censorship as a roadblock to operating in the country.
Artificial intelligence and facial analysis software is becoming commonplace in job interviews. The technology, developed by US company HireVue, analyses the language and tone of a candidate’s voice and records their facial expressions as they are videoed answering identical questions.
The head of NASA says its commercial crew program to launch astronauts to the International Space Station using Elon Musk's delayed SpaceX capsules is a top priority for the space agency.
“Where’s the best place to hide a body? The second page of a Google search.”
Microsoft has named JSE-listed technology company Altron as a licensing solution provider in South Africa.
Dorsey, in a recent tweet, announced that he'll be visiting Ethiopia, Ghana, Nigeria and South Africa for the duration of the month.
Udaan, an Indian e-commerce marketplace for businesses, has raised R8.8bn from investors including Tencent, Altimeter Capital, GGV Capital and Citi Ventures.
A hacker has taken over the computer system of a Spanish city and is demanding a ransom paid in bitcoin to unlock it, say local officials.
Big tech firms are about to face yet another congressional headache.
Tencent’s Call of Duty Mobile has attracted 20 million gamers within the first two days of its worldwide debut, a big boost for the company’s ambition of adapting top-tier titles with global name recognition for smartphones.
Apple issued a strongly worded statement calling into question Google's recently published research about a widespread hacking operation targeting iPhones.
Netflix shares have fallen 23% since mid-July, when the company fell short of its own second-quarter forecast for new customers.
In a promotional video, Amazon.com says its Cloud Cam home security camera provides “everything you need to monitor your home, day or night.” In fact, the artificially intelligent device requires help from a squad of invisible employees.
A Pretoria law firm has appealed a high court decision that it still owes a client R1.7m even though it had already paid the money into what later appeared to be a fraudulent account.
German aviation startup company Volocopter successfully performed a test flight at Helsinki Airport.
Now that Microsoft has restored some of its former glory, the company is going for an even more unlikely comeback: rewriting the history of its much-maligned phone business.
A hackers' congress has hailed the new cryptocurrencies as a tool to break free from the constraints of modern life and move towards a freer "parallel society".
Hurt by intensifying competition, Samsung has finally pulled the plug on mobile phone production in China. Tesla, meanwhile, is reported to be gearing up to start production at its China factory this month.
Google's Project Zero has uncovered a hacking operation in which websites carry malware that steal sensitive data from iPhones if users simply visit the site.
Uwe Daebel knows what makes the perfect beer for Munich’s Oktoberfest: Cold and in your hand.
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